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Two-Out Magic Propels Matadors Past EAC

Baseball | 03/02/2021

YUMA, Ariz--- Two-out magic propelled the Arizona Western Matadors (11-3 overall, 3-1 ACCAC) in a sweep of the Eastern Arizona Gila Monsters (0-4 overall, 0-4 ACCAC) Tuesday afternoon at Kammann Field by the scores of 9-2 and 14-4.

The Matadors scored 18 of their 23 runs on the day after two were out in an inning, including five of the final six runs that closed out run-rule victory in game two.

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BSB: Matadors Open Conference with Pima Split

Baseball | 02/27/2021

YUMA, Ariz---Strong Pitching propelled the Arizona Western Matadors (9-3 overall, 1-1 ACCAC) all day long but one bad inning led to a split of the ACCAC opening double-header with the Pima Aztecs (6-2 overall, 1-1 ACCAC) Saturday afternoon at Kammann Field.

In a pair of games that left little margin for error, AWC was solid for the first 14 innings of the day.

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Matadors Pick Up California Road Win

Men's Basketball | 02/26/2021

REDLANDS, Calif--- Behind 46 points from Marquis Hargrove and Evan Butts, the Arizona Western Matadors (8-2 overall) dispatched the Community Christian Saints Friday night in an NJCAA Region I game in California.

Hargrove couldn't miss off the bench nailing 3-4 three's and 9-14 overall to pace the Matadors while Butts nailed six triples on the night.

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VB: Balanced Attack Powers Matadors Over Eastern

Volleyball | 02/26/2021

YUMA, Ariz---A clean, balanced attack powered the Arizona Western Matadors (4-7 overall, 2-1 ACCAC) to a four-set victory over the Eastern Arizona Gila Monsters (0-8 overall, 0-2 ACCAC) Friday night at The House.

Anny Montano led the Matadors with 8 kills, 3 aces, and 11 digs as she pressured the Gila Monsters the entire night and filled a variety of roles.

But Mariana Donado's 20 assists, plus a kill, kept the Gila Monsters guessing where the ball was going throughout.

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Frantic, High-Scoring Games Go Against #6 AWC

Softball | 02/26/2021

HENDERSON,Nev---A high-scoring, ball flying day proved to be costly as the #6 Arizona Western Matadors fell twice on Friday in their third go-around with a pair of schools from Region 18.

CSN broke out the bats in taking game one from the Matadors 15-11 and AWC couldn't overcome a slew of errors from Snow to finish a comeback, falling 10-8.

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